Oh how she loves to sing and dance. And she loves the stage.
I couldn't help but think about her name frame.
Lia is that little bird with a big voice. I am sure that there will be many times in the future when I will see Lia walking out this prophetic word. I can't wait to see exactly how that happens, but I know it will. I wrote recently about her strong faith. An important part of Lia's word was that she was going to be a voice to her generation. She would reach her peers and lead them to the truth of Jesus. As we were leaving tonight after the production, over and over kids were calling out to Lia with congratulations and "see you tomorrow". She is a well liked little girl. I am quite sure that there will be many, many times when I will see and hear Lia, on the stage fulfilling her destiny.
I was thinking about the "Seven Mountains" that Lance Wallnau speaks about. The 7 Mountains Mandate, in which Christians seeks to gain influence over the "mountains" of government, church, education, family, media, arts, and business. Sometimes it is difficult to see that our destiny from Jesus might take us away from the church, and land us directly in the arts. I love that I was reminded today that might be the case for my Lia. No matter which mountain she ends up on, she WILL be that big voice that speaks the truth, and changes people.
Jesus, thank you for Lia and all of those kids in her production. Bless all the workers who guide these children. Give them grace and patience. Jesus thank you for reminding me that you are with us in all things, wherever you lead us, no matter what the mountain we land on. Holy Spirit, speak clearly to us so that we can see your destiny for ourselves and our families.